Still Space to Build a Multifuel backpacking Stove

One-night double wall, downdraft stove building workshop in Camden, Maine on October 16.

Here is a picture of what the stove will look like:

Further details about the stove
itself are in this updated blog post from 2012.

  The evening will include an  introductory talk about some of the science and history of these stoves, which address the question of getting the most efficiency out of the unit.  This is a true multi-fuel stove,  suitable for also burning denatured alcohol and solid fuel tablets when wood is not available or is wet.  Because of the hands- on nature of the class it will be limited to 8 people.  Sign up!

Online registration here.

3 thoughts on “Still Space to Build a Multifuel backpacking Stove

  1. Clarkie

    Please film your class for those of us who live too far away to make it on a Tuesday night. I would love to be there, but doubt that I can make the commute.
    Tenzing

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    1. Ha! With eight people building stoves, multiple drills and cutters plugged into the wall and whirring about, and constant questions to field, with the goal of getting 8 stove built and burning in 2.5 hours, THAT is not going to happen! Sorry! If you want to send up a cameraman, I’m listening!

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